Wednesday, January 30, 2013

The Trek 2013 Dual Sport 8.6 Review - Road and Off Road


2013 Trek Dual Sport 8.6

Great Value in a Bike Designed to go anywhere you want to go.

Cyclists looking for a great bike to ride around the city or commute to work will find it in the 2013 Trek Dual Sport 8.6. As suggested by it's name, it's a great everyday rider as well as being able to take on an adventurous trail or fire road. The bike easily accommodates 700x35c tires with fenders, or you can put on beefy Bontrager XDX 29"x1.8" MTB tires without fenders for your weekend trail ride. The frame is designed to absorb 20mm worth of roots, curbs, and railroad tracks without a shock! They call the system IsoZone, and it adds comfort and durability directly into the frame. Trek also utilized a handlebar mounted control for on-the-fly suspension lockout which allows you to lock your suspension without having to move your hands too much.

Trek went with Bontrager bars and grips to ensure comfort, control, and durability, as well as providing a nice upright ride that's easy to enjoy.

Trek Dual Sport bikes are the right solution for the multi-purpose rider, designed for weekday-to-weekend versatility. It's comfortable, ergonomic, and capable features are essential for the frequent rider. Having a choice in tire size is also a nice option for mixed use. Its fast and efficient on pavement, as well as capable and confident on the dirt.

Check it out today at any one of Scheller's five locations. There are two locations in Louisville, two in Lexington, and one in Clarksville to best suit your needs. You can reach us at (812) 288-6100 or visit our website at www.schellers.com

Don't wait, come see the 2013 Trek DS 8.6 today! You can take a test ride to see just how great this bike really is.


Monday, January 28, 2013

2013 Trek Lexa SL Road BIke Review - Comfort and Great Handling


The 2013 Trek Lexa SL Women Specific Road Bike.  

Scheller's is all about helping our lady customers become cycling enthusiasts. 


Trek continuously offers amazing, quick, and dependable road bikes for women, and the 2013 Lexa SL is no exception!

Trek decided to use the H3 WSD fit on this bike, which means it has a slightly higher head tube, as well as a slightly shorter top tube so you can ride for longer yet feel just as comfortable. 100 Series aluminum has been molded into complex tube shapes that give the rider a great combination of strength and weight. The compact crank offers enough gears for you to be comfortable on any ride, while at the same time saving weight that is all important when trying to get moving.

Comfort is one of Trek's top priorities, and this is illustrated by their use of Women's Specific Design in their road and mountain bikes. Trek knows that a great-fitting bike means more joy from the ride, and they have designed their WSD bikes to offer reat comfort, excellent power and stability, and awesome control.

Shimano STI shifters and brakes allow you to have complete control over the gears while maintaining your ability to brake if needed. Shimano Tiagra derailleurs provide compatability and a sure, swift shift every time.

Trek uses a Bontrager Affinity 1 saddle, a 20mm offset Bontrager Race seatpost, and Bontrager Gel Cork tape on the bars to keep you comfortable on the ride. Even long rides won't be an issue as a result of your sit bone and hands being gently cradled by the comfy yet firm Bontrager components.

Scheller's Fitness and Cycling has the 2013 Trek Lexa SL in stock and available for test rides! You can check it out at any one of our five locations. There are two in Louisville, two in Lexington, and one in Clarksville. You can also reach us by phone at (812) 288-6100 or check out our website at www.schellers.com

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

2013 LifeCore 850 S Recumbent Bike! Plug It in Anywhere and Get Fit


 2013 LifeCore 850 S - Here is a Recumbent Fitness Exercycle that you will really love.
 
Jesse Roberson from Scheller's Fitness and Cycling talks to you today about the Lifecore 850 S recumbent bike.
First of all, the S in the model number stands for self-generating. That means you can put it anywhere in your house and not have to worry about plugging it in! You just pedal to power the machine. 
The bike is very compact, smaller than many of the other bikes on the market. The screen is bright and easy to read. The manufacturers also made the console low so that your vision is not obstructed. Another feature the manufacturers included is a step-through design, which incorporates a smaller frame to allow easier stand over. The handles have been equipped with contact heart rate patches for simple heart rate monitoring. 
The seat is comfortable, and can be moved very easily by moving a lever. The back of the seat is made of a breathable material, so you won't be as sweaty at the end of the workout. The Lifecore 850s is available, as well as the 950s. You can see a video about that model here. Thanks for watching, and make sure you come by Scheller's Fitness and Cycling today for all your fitness needs.
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